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Canada pledges funds as G7 develops response to famine fallout from Russian invasion

Canada pledges funds as G7 develops response to famine fallout from Russian invasion

SCHLOSS ELMAU, GERMANY — Canada pledged $50 million to prevent Ukrainian grain from going to waste on Sunday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed to work with G7 nations on further measures to halt the famine caused by the Russian invasion of t
Outrage over decision to end U.S. rights to abortion fuels protests in Canada

Outrage over decision to end U.S. rights to abortion fuels protests in Canada

Women and allies across Canada voiced anxiety and outrage on Sunday as they took to the streets to denounce the United States Supreme Court's decision to overturn the law that provided the constitutional right to abortion for almost 50 years
'Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering' to return during Pope's visit to Alberta

'Largest spiritual Indigenous gathering' to return during Pope's visit to Alberta

LAC STE. ANNE, Alta. — Rev. Garry LaBoucane remembers going to Wakamne — or God's Lake — during the Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage as a boy.
Quebec homeowners say Ottawa must address decades of erosion caused by ship traffic

Quebec homeowners say Ottawa must address decades of erosion caused by ship traffic

VERCHÈRES, Que. — Every year, 100-year-old Angélique Beauchemin watches more of her land crumble into the St. Lawrence River. From her home along a busy stretch of river in Verchères, Que.
'In a crisis': Deaths of Indigenous women in Winnipeg spark calls for safe housing

'In a crisis': Deaths of Indigenous women in Winnipeg spark calls for safe housing

Lori Ann Mancheese always wanted a home. But the 53-year-old mother of five from Manitoba's Ebb and Flow First Nation died before her dream could come true. Earlier this month, her remains were found in a farmer’s field outside of Winnipeg.

Public safety minister eyes steps to strengthen oversight of the RCMP

OTTAWA — The federal public safety minister says he is "deeply committed" to enhancing oversight of the RCMP by strengthening the role of the national police force's management advisory board.
Policy revamp might save lives in next heat dome, but so could community, say experts

Policy revamp might save lives in next heat dome, but so could community, say experts

VICTORIA — She died in the arms of firefighters.
Commonwealth falls short of condemning Russia as Trudeau prepares for G7

Commonwealth falls short of condemning Russia as Trudeau prepares for G7

KIGALI, Rwanda — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau headed to the G7 summit in Germany on Saturday without a consensus from the Commonwealth to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but with a chorus of countries calling for help to overcome the fallou
Experts caution against becoming 'air-conditioned society' as heat waves get hotter

Experts caution against becoming 'air-conditioned society' as heat waves get hotter

Experts caution that residents and policymakers need to think beyond air conditioning as the predominant solution to the risks as climate change fuels heat waves that scientists say are becoming hotter and more frequent
Indigenous conservation Canada's way of the future, Guilbeault says

Indigenous conservation Canada's way of the future, Guilbeault says

Most protected areas in Canada are now being proposed by Indigenous groups, who aim to look after those lands themselves